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Netflix Winning the Internet, or Streaming Video Anyway

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November 11, 2013
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Netflix and YouTube account for more than half of peak streaming. Each has 10 times the traffic of Hulu and Amazon's video efforts combined.


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Yahoo! Said to Be Near RayV Acquisition to Bolster Video Service

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Quadriga: Worldwide Web Free Internet in Danger?

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Netflix Says Verizon Isn't 'Throttling' Its Streams

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